And it will see production...on Playstation 3.
Last week Dodge teased its Vision Gran Turismo concept car, the SRT Tomahawk. Now the automaker has delivered in full, showing all three versions of the SRT Tomahawk. That's right, three trims were developed for gamers to race in "Gran Turismo 6." The concept is meant to show what Dodge will be capable of in the year 2035. So, what does Dodge have planned for that year? For starters, the SRT Tomahawk will sport a V10 that drives the rear wheels.
Along with the V10 there is what Dodge has dubbed a "variable-fin quad-stage pneumatic power unit" that releases compressed air to drive the front wheels. The compressed air is also used to activate aerodynamic panels that assist with braking and traction. The three versions of the SRT Tomahawk are: the entry level S, racing-spec GTS-R and the experimental X. The S drops 1,007 horsepower with a top speed of 250 mph. The GTS-R has a curb weight of just 1,459 pounds and 1,450 horsepower. The X is good for a 2,590 horsepower and an insane top speed of 404 mph. No word on when the SRT Tomahawk will be available for download.